Buffalo continued to fortify its offensive line with the addition of free agent OT LaAdrian Waddle.
Waddle, 27, signed a one-year deal with the Bills on Saturday.
The six-year veteran has been a spot starter at offensive tackle for the New England Patriots for each of the past four seasons. Waddle has made seven starts over the last two seasons for the defending Super Bowl champions.
Prior to his stint in New England, Waddle (6-6, 315) rose from undrafted rookie to a three-year starter for the Detroit Lions from 2013 to 2015, making 24 starts over that span.
He's expected to compete for the starting job with fellow free agent signee Ty Nsekhe, whom the Bills signed away from Washington.
Waddle is the fifth free agent offensive lineman to be added to the Bills roster this offseason, joining Jon Feliciano, Spencer Long, Mitch Morse and Nsekhe.
With the 2019 free agency period officially open, here's a look at Buffalo's acquisitions.